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into their neighborhood south of market. 53-year-old david simons a violent registered sex offender. >> reporter: there's a flyer in every mailbox on mission street, alerting tenants, registered sex offender david simons just moved in. the manager is uneasy. >> i don't like it, but we are going to give it a try and see what happens. >> reporter: simons was just released after serving 24 years convicted of violent sex crimes against children under 14. >> he's classified as a sexually violent predator. parents, children have a right to be noticed. >> reporter: patty now has a picture of simons on her phone. she works next door to his hotel. >> if he's out and about, that scares me. i'm going to post his picture somehow and get it posted in our lob >> reporter: we phone david simons using a pay phone at the -- hotel and tried to speak with him. police notified neighbors. should they be concerned you are living here now? no comment from simons no longer on probation or parole. >> that's worse he's not being watched? he should be supervised. >> reporter: the chief says he hopes his department never has a ne
. >> they are notifying people south of market that a sex offender has moved into the market. david simons is a violent registered sex offender. he talked with worried residents tonight. >>> there is a flier in every mailbox on mission street alerting the registered sex offender. the manager is uneasy. >> i don't really like it, but we are going to give it a try and see what happens. >> simons was just released from prison after serving 24 years. convicted of violent sex crimes against children under 14 years old. >> mr. simmons is classified as a sexually violent predator. parents and children have a right to be noticed and to protect themselves. >> patty pinele has a picture of simons on her phone. she works next door to his hotel. >> if he is out and about that really scares me. like i said, i am going to post his picture somehow and get it posted in our lobby. >> we found david simons using a pay phone at the hotel and tried to speak with him. >> the police have notified the neighbors who live around here. >> should they be concerned you are living here now. >> no comment from simons who is no long
moved into an apartment there. the he is 53-year-old david simons released after serving 24 months in prison. he has been convicted of sexual fences offenses going back to 1982. >> more than 5,000 people waited in the bitter cold to get a grocery bag of food. this is part of the grocery bag giveaway. amy hollyfield has more. >> the street had to be shut down to accommodate the people that were waiting for free bag of groceries. he has been doing this for 50 years. >> it was one block yesterday. >> the stories in the line vary. one man says it is his first time here and hopefully his last. >> i said i would do it. >> another veteran is on social security and 40% goes to his rent. >> i live on a real limited income. i just barely make it each month. >> workers say his story is becoming very common. the bulk of people they serve are seniors. >> it is just growing. it is just growing and a lot of us in the business, we call it the silver tsunami. >> many of the volunteers work for the gap, corporate sponsor that makes the giveaway possible. >> i love giving back to the people. >> then
offender has been released from prison and is now on the streets of san francisco. the 83 year- old david simons city after his release from prison this month. he was serving 24 years for sexually assaulting children. police say it is their responsibility to alert the community. he now lives at 8 at a hotel potter south of market. inspectors visited his new home and handed out leaflets to people living in the building alerting them of their new neighbor. by lot simons is no longer on probation or parole but if he does move from its current location he must notify police. a live look from the richmond stammer feeight san ral toll plaza. we will be right back. >> the dow was down almost 200 points right now with no sign of a deal in washington on the fiscal cliff. also the latest in new town conn and we're just minutes away from a national moment of silence to honor the victims were shot and killed in last week's school massacre. we'll be back in two minutes as the kron4 morning news continues. >> very close to a moment of silence being held in conn and around the nation to honor the 20 you
. >>reporter: police are warning neighbors about this man53 year old david simons --- released from prison this month after serving 24 years for sexually assaulting children. he's considered a sexually violent predator. >> >> a violent predator is the worst of the worst, the most serious type of sexual offender, so it is our responsibility to alert the community. >>reporter: he now lives at hotel potter, south of market. inspectors visited his new home and handed out leaflets to people living in the building, alerting them of his presence. some did not welcome the news. >> they shouldn't let people out like that. they should keep him locked up. they got kids playing in parks and stuff like that. we don't need that around here. >>reporter: while karsene mcfadden feels strongly about his new neighbor, others believe simons has paid his debt and deserves a second chance. >> my grandparents were sex offenders and i learnt how to deal with it. i know that there is hope and anybody can change. >> he knows what his restrictions are and we don't have to be a constant reminder of that. i'm sure he
. 53-year-old david simons a violent registered sex offender there's a flier in every mailbox alerting tenants. abc7 news found him using a a phone last night. he no comment he was just released after serving 24 years convicted of violent sex crimes with minors under 14. >> classified as sexually violent predator, parents, children have a right to be noticed. >> i don't like it, but we're going to give it a try and see what happens. >> simons is no longer on probation or parole he's required to notify police if he ever moves. >>> america's most popular car is getting the worst marks in a new crash test. toyota's 2013 camry earned a poor rating in the recent crash test. the auto safety group says the front wheel was pushed back, bending the passenger compartment foot well in. the prius the hybrid wagon also performed poorly only the 2013 accord and suzuki suzuki received top rating of good. >>> 5:45. you might be surprised to hear what kind of a raise some of your co-workers are about to get. >> what are you getting? >> wouldn't you like to know. >>> good morning. semi-automatic rifles
forward to seeing you, simon, in a few moments. >> i'm jealous david got that. this is absolutely one of the most no catalyst stories. downgraded futures, right. >> six flags, outperformed. >> if you think that gasoline's coming down, they're going to have a good year-over-year performance. >> este lauder. >> they don't like clorox. they don't like colgate. they like beauty. beauty is not skin deep. high price. >> ethan allen. >> this is all about the stock market and fiscal cliff. they do well with the psyche. psyche getting negative, washington. >> ubs cutting wind. >> china coming back? what, are you going to start -- steve winn i trust. >> and william blair cutting rent. >> rent's doubled. that's kind of like saying, it's gone there. rem is a little too hot for me. >> what's tonight? >> i'm going over the stocks for next we're. whether it be the dardens of the world. a lot of consumer sentiment stuff. nike is the one i'm worried about. china, i'm worried about inventory there, slowing north american running shoes. footlocker positive today. nike is one of those stocks, carl, that
-- it may not be appropriate for short-term trades. >> see you tonight. thank you, david. simon, see you at 11:30 for the european close. in the meantime, here is what you might have missed earlier on this morning. >>> welcome to hour three of "squawk on the street." here is what's happening so far. >> i think that if this doesn't move forward, a solution starts to lay out a groundwork to solve the long-term issues, it could be disappointing even if it is fixed. >> if you want to come and risk your capital, there is no place in america that you have a better chance to have a return on the investment than in the state of texas. >> we would fire these guys where they are, when they're on vacation, but, no, they get to take vacation without finishing their pro jukts. >> who buys presents for your children? >> are you an american? >> yes. >> then why aren't you shopping? >> why should you take vacation without ledggislation? >> we shouldn't. we should stay here. we are trying to be reasonable and smart on this approach. we don't want to waste time. we don't want to go on vacation. we want to
down his arms. the fresh bottles of dirt simon were cold. in his 32 years, sawyer had been a torch boy. in engine company have run embattled fire for broader quad under david broderick from the city's volunteer fire come any in first fire chief. so your circuits other engine house is an toiled as the steamboat engineer, flying the mexican feature a. twain, who held strong opinions on stever's perked up when sawyer mentioned he had worked as a steam vote engineer. the journalist cautioned any bold boy who trimmed of shipping as a steamer empire men. such a job he said knowingly as his little drawbacks. the boiling steam room pointed out the suffocating temperature of the furnace room, with engineer stan in a narrow space between two rows of furnaces, which by effect the fires of. he shoveled coal for four hours a stretch and i'm varying temperatures of 140 degrees fahrenheit. steamer, fireman do not live on average over five years. sawyer survived twice that long because he was a fireman in a recent to the word. extinguish fires and stoked fires to theory. he knew furnaces in every aspe
. and rodriguez has been resurrected once again. one of his first miraculous appearances, the david letterman show. ( playing "crucify your mind" ) ♪ it made you pay the cost and there's a big loss ♪ >> simon: and now, a sold-out tour across america. here he is at the highline ballroom in new york city. it was as if he'd never left the stage. ( cheers and applause ) >> rodriguez: i love when they scream. is there anybody here from detroit? ( applause ) my deepest condolences. ( laughter ) >> simon: he didn't mean it, of course. and his real homecoming happened at the kind of detroit joint which was in his genes. >> rodriguez: hey, youngbloods. >> i want to say hello, man. >> you're very inspiring. >> rodriguez: what's your name? >> charlie. >> i'm so excited to see you. >> awesome to meet you, man. thrilling. yes. >> a picture, too... >> rodriguez: you better hurry. >> ...because we're so excited. >> rodriguez: me, too. >> simon: and he'd been in their midst all the time. but it took 40 years for them to discover who he really was. rodriguez is 70 now and needs a little help walking. he can ba
. >> you like simon? i wouldn't have guessed that. >> and the money. >> the money, the bank account, the yacht. uh-huh. the money. did i mention the money? >>> in other news, david letterman, i love david letterman. just a new york institution at this point. he opened up on cbs this morning speaking to charlie rose and says he has really battled with depression. and who knew? this is someone who makes so many other people happy. he's been pretty skeptical about taking depression medication. so it's been quite a battle that he's dealing with. but it's just terrific that he opened up about it, because it's a battle so many americans have, that people have. >> it will be interesting to see what he does. his contract is up in 2014, but they say a lot of comedians do have a darker side. they have that jovial funny person you see on tv. a lot going on underneath. >> his rumor is a little acidic. >>> and lastly here, gangnam style, the most watched video. the south korean rapper now, to show you how successful that song has been. he bought a $1.25 million condo in l.a., and may not be a lo
an executive editor at simon & schuster and an editor at riverhead. he has managed to infuse his own distinctive personality. in the course of his career, he has published authors like david taveras, david edgar, bob dylan, and juno via. geoffrey kloske, please. [applause] >> thank you so much for holding the summit. for the future of the book, a future that has, as we have discussed, a future that is very much always in doubt. one thing that i always do is read the headline about the publishing from "the new york times" read and i quizzed them is when they think those were written. there are things like editors and edits and being published and the decay of our book culture and our intellectual culture and so forth. can find them in different forms. the fairly similar forms almost every decade for the last 100 years. but publishing is a melancholy industry for some reason. we are always in a fallen age. i have been doing it for 20 years, and the golden age ended right before i showed up. [laughter] and it really went in high swing, depending on the age of the person telling the sto
] [no audio] >> today, and jack lane simon from the federation of government employees talk about the impact on federal workers. and previous in the electoral college voting process and david mauer explains the department of common security program that gives money to states to prevent, respond to, and recover from a terrorist incident. "washington journal" live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> this week on "q&a," pulitzer prize-winning author anne prize-winning author anne applebaum discusses her new
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